IN any governing body, the spirit of collegiality is highly recommended.
ONCE the online trolls are ignored aside together with the “ad nauseam” churning of repetitive brouhaha from professional manufacturers of fake news
WE need to tackle this big challenge of our time. How do we live temperance in this very intoxicating and addicting world of the social media and the digital gadgets today?
WITHOUT the least intention of offending anyone, much less the option to condemn anybody, the relevant and significant question may be rightfully asked
THIS is about Church’s Code of Canon Law. Unfortunately, many people still are at sea as to the importance, role and relevance of this law to the Church and to the lives of everyone, especially to their rights and duties. We need to remind everyone that the Church...
IN the recent pastoral statement of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines on Marawi, terrorism and dialogue
THE title “Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation”—and so with all downright Casinos with innocent names or titles—is in reality but an euphemism for downright institutional gambling unlimited—not simply innocent “Gaming” as games are commonly and rightfully understood.
POPE Francis has instituted the World Day of the Poor. In his message for the first World Day of the Poor that will be observed on November 19 this year
CHRIST himself said so. “You always have the poor with you, but you will not always have me.” (Mt 26,11) In other words, we will always have the poor because in the end we all are the poor.
IT is certainly not a secret that the government law enforcement agencies have in fact seized, duly recorded and kept safe a formidable amount of prohibited drugs from all over the country.
IT’S a question many people are asking nowadays. Some are worried of the undeniable peripheral damage it has caused on many people, especially the young.
ALTHOUGH it may said that President Rodrigo Duterte had an inkling of declaring martial rule early on to solve the country’s pressing problems